Do you suffer from chronic

Pelvic Pain?

We can help ameliorate it with the healing powers of Myofascial Release Therapy

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There can be common reasons for pelvic pain

Some of the common causes for pelvic pain include the following: fascial restrictions, intestinal problems, sndometriosis, fibroids, Pelvis disorders, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), ovulation pain, scar tissue or adhesions, adenomyosis, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), menstrual cramps, ectopic pregnancy, pregnancy loss, appendicitis, hernia, muscle spasms in the pelvic floor, prostatitis and prostate problems, urinary tract infection (UTI), interstitial cystitis, kidney stones, and ovarian mass. Pelvic pain is a widespread problem but you must seek professional attention for it if it’s happening regularly.

Learn

There can be common reasons for pelvic pain

Some of the common causes for pelvic pain include the following: fascial restrictions, intestinal problems, sndometriosis, fibroids, Pelvis disorders, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), ovulation pain, scar tissue or adhesions, adenomyosis, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), menstrual cramps, ectopic pregnancy, pregnancy loss, appendicitis, hernia, muscle spasms in the pelvic floor, prostatitis and prostate problems, urinary tract infection (UTI), interstitial cystitis, kidney stones, and ovarian mass. Pelvic pain is a widespread problem but you must seek professional attention for it if it’s happening regularly.

Southwest Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release Therapy

When you have pain in your pelvis or in the lowest part of your abdomen, it is called pelvic pain. It’s mostly in the lower abdomen area that pelvic pain occurs. Pelvic pain might refer to symptoms from ligaments and muscles in the pelvis arising from the digestive, urinary, or reproductive systems, or from ligaments and muscles in the pelvis. It can spread to your thighs, lower back, or buttocks. You might have a steady pain, or it might come and go. It can be a dull pain that is spread out, or a sharp and stabbing pain in a specific spot. The pain can get in the way of your daily activities when it is severe. The path to healing from pelvic pain is myofascial release therapy at Southwest Physical Therapy.

Our Consultation With You The Patient

We offer you a FREE 15-minute phone consultation. But it is when you come to our Brooklyn clinic in person that we can evaluate you hands-on to identify if restrictions in your fascia are causing your chronic pelvic pain and if you’re a prime candidate for myofascial release therapy.

Diagnosis of Your Pain

Once we evaluate and identify the cause and severity of your chronic pelvic pain, we determine whether myofascial release therapy will provide great results for your particular condition and circumstances. We individualize your number of sessions of one-on-one, hands-on treatment.

The Start of Your Treatment

Once you’re ready, we start you on your treatment right away. To anyone, it appears as if you’re receiving a massage yet it’s completely different. Sustained manual pressure is used to release the restrictions from your fascia so it and your body can go back to normal health.

We Proudly Provide Quality Treatment With Results

If your chronic pelvic pain is caused by restrictions in your fascia, you will either improve greatly or heal completely if you undergo the number of treatment sessions of myofascial release therapy that your therapist prescribes for your particular condition.
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Testimonial

Maya Kopytman
Aracelli Bonaudi has a magic touch. She feels my pain and knows where to look for its source

Aracelli Bonaudi has a magic touch. She feels my pain and knows where to look for the source of the pain.

You have to be patient, as with MFR you don’t get the heavy pressure you expect with traditional massage. Initially it feels like there is no effect, but after my third treatment I felt that finally what seemed like a solid wooden set of muscles started getting a range of motion. Any other massage lasted for a day for me, but this treatment felt more lasting and gives me hope that my problem could be solved for good.

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